Novak Djokovic’s latest purchase in a Renzo Piano-designed luxury high-rise building sees him returning to Florida. About two years ago, he bought into the as yet unfinished Miami Beach condo building called Eighty Seven Park, and this month purchased again in the building; between these two acquisitions were two more, in the Piano-designed Manhattan building 565 Broome Soho.
The latest purchase set Djokovic back an undisclosed amount. Units in the building have been selling steadily for at least the past two years. Eighty Seven Park is set to be ready for residents at the end of this year. The beachfront building rises 18 stories above terra firma, and contains only 70 units. Its setting is lush, green forest.
Djokovic’s unit contains three bedrooms. Like all units in the building, it features a broad terrace with a dramatic overhang. Similar condos go for around $10 mil.
The sale of the penthouse unit in the building could set a record for Miami if it sells anywhere near its $68 million asking price. That crown jewel of a unit features a putting green, a pair of rooftop pools, interior design by RDAI, a personal fitness center, vertical gardens, and 25,000 square feet of interior and exterior living space across two floors.
Djokovic beat Roger Federer at Wimbledon in a five-set thriller earlier this month. He is currently the world number 1 and has 16 singles Grand Slam titles to his name, behind Federer’s 20 and Rafael Nadal’s 18. According to Forbes, Djokovic’s 2019 earnings to date are north of $50 million.
Photo credit: Eighty Seven Park